Fujitsu expands PRIMERGY server and blade systems

Enterprise networking vendor Fujitsu today announced the expansion of PRIMERGY server and blade systems in India.

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Fujitsu said its latest rack and blade servers are designed to reduce cost, improve efficiency and accelerate workloads to deliver scalable levels of productivity. While meeting specific maximum limits in terms of use of rack space, latest rack and blade servers will ensure control over power and cooling.

The new dual-socket FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX2530 M1 rack server has achieved 9811 overall ssj_ops/watt (operations per Watt of power).

Fujitsu PRIMERGY server

“We see our customers reaching limits in terms of power consumption and physical space in their established datacenter environments. At the same time, most businesses are demanding ever more scalability, availability and performance,” said Uwe Neumeier, vice president Global Server Business at Fujitsu.

Fujitsu said its PRIMERGY BX2580 M1 server blade is optimized for handling virtualization and other demanding workloads.

The new servers feature the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 product family plus super-fast DDR4 memory technology to boost application performance.

This apart, Fujitsu also helps reduce the overhead of IT labor to administer and manage server farms through innovative additions such as Embedded Lifecycle Management, which is part of the FUJITSU Software ServerView Suite.

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  • Sumit Pandya

    Fujitsu servers are my 1st choice